A Leaflet from Mary Hanafin running for Fianna Fáil in Blackrock .
Leaflet from Mary Hanafin -Fianna Fail -Dun Laoghaire #ge16 October 18, 2015
A letter to voters from Mary Hanafin who is running for Fianna Fail in Dun Laoghaire.
Many thanks to the sender.
From the Clár for the 1989 Fianna Fail Ard Fhies profiles of the candidates running for the Committee of 15. Among those running were Mary Hanafin and Micheál Martin.
Profiles of candidates for Honorary Treasurer and Committee of 15 elections from the 1993 Fianna Fail Ard Fheis August 20, 2014
From the 1997 General Election a leaflet from Fianna Fails Mary Hanafin, who was running in Dun Laoghaire. It covers the issues of the time. She was elected.
Flyer from Michael Donnelly, Mary Hanafin, Derek Mooney -Fianna Fail -1991 Local Elections-Rathmines June 27, 2012
From the 1991 Local Elections a flyer for Fianna Fail candidates Michael Donnelly, Mary Hanafin and Derek Mooney who were running in Rathmines. Michael Donnelly topped the poll with 1,985 votes whilst Mary Hanafin polled 1,083 votes and lost the seat she had won in 1985. Derek Mooney polled 309 votes and also missed out. (Result here)
Many thanks to the sender.
From the 1997 General Election a leaflet from Fianna Fail candidate David Andrews who was running in Dun Laoghaire. First elected in 1965, this was to be his last election. He polled just under a quota with 8,933 votes and was easily elected. Upon Fianna Fail entering government he was appointed as Minister for Foreign Affairs, a post he held until 2000.
Mary Hanafins speech to the the 2005 Fianna Fail Ard Fheis, when Fianna Fail in their pomp. September 19, 2011
Mary Hanafins speech to the the 2005 Fianna Fail Ard Fheis, when Fianna Fail in their pomp.
Eoin Ryan , Barry Andrews, Mary Hanafin -“Your team at home and away” – 2004 European Elections Dublin September 21, 2010
From the 2004 European Elections a Dun Laoghaire Leaflet for Fianna Fail candidate Eoin Ryan. Pictured on the Front of the leaflet with Dun Laoghaire TDs Barry Andrews and Mary Hanafin with the slogan “Your team at home and away”.
Eoin Ryan was elected. He lost his seat in 2009.
This is the back page of a 2007 Leaflet from the Labour Party Education Spokesperson Jan O’Sullivan on Schools.
A simple yet effective way of getting their message across
From 2005 an issue of Grassroots the Ogra Fianna Fail Newsletter complete with Andy Warhol style Dev!
Amongst other things this issue contains an interview with Mary Hanafin, Tips on how to survive the Ard Fheis and a photo gallery from previous Ogra Fianna Fail events.
Mary Hanafin -“A legislator for the 21st century” – 1997 October 30, 2009
The 1997 General Election and Mary Hanafin advertises herself as ‘A legislator for the 21st century’. She was first elected to the Dail in this election. She has a few words here for ‘The Elderly’…
Mary Hanafin, Michael Donnelly, Gerry Kieran and Derek Mooney- Fianna Fail Rathmines 1985 October 19, 2009
A young Mary Hanafin in her fisrt electoral outing in Rathmines 1985. Both Hanafin polling 890 votes and Donnelly polling 2133 votes were elected. Derek Mooney polled 534 votes and Gerry Kieran 849 votes and both missed out.